Costa Daurada Vacations
From here it’s about 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the east to Barcelona and 150 miles (241 kilometers) to the southwest to Valencia.
To relax with locals on the waterfront, set out to explore at least one of the major beaches and lookout points in Costa Daurada. Sitges Beach and Levante Beach are among the best local beachside haunts in this coastal location. Cambrils Beach and Capellans Beach are some of the other beaches in the area.
Broaden your horizons at the various remarkable historic and cultural collections in the Costa Daurada area. The two must-see museums are the Maricel Museum and the Romantic Museum. History and culture buffs will also love the Cau Ferrat Museum in addition to the Ferrocarril Museum.
There’s no better way to experience the tastes, textures and traditions of a region than to spend a day with friends exploring the vine rows, barrel rooms and vintages of its wineries and vineyards. Whether you’re a visiting or local wine lover, you mustn’t miss Freixenet and Buil and Gine, two of the most acclaimed producers of fine wines in Costa Daurada. Bodegas Codorniu and Celler Mas Foraster are two other favorite wineries in the area that are worth checking out.
Learn more about the past at some of these historic buildings and sites in Costa Daurada. Commence your walk back through time by heading to Tarragona Circus and the much-loved Porta de Sant Antoni. Tarragona Ampitheatre and Tarraco Roman Theater are also popular stops on the history trail in Costa Daurada.
The city features several great golf courses that are worth checking out if you want to get active with the locals. Pay a visit to Port Aventura Golf Course or La Graiera Golf Club. If you’re looking for a little more putting and sand trap action, it’s also worth checking out the fairways at the Terramar Golf Club.
If you’re holidaying in Costa Daurada with the whole family, take the time to discover a few of its popular family-friendly attractions. Treat the kids to Aquopolis, Port Aventura Theme Park or Calafell Slide, idyllic days out for visiting families.
Plaza Imperial Tarraco and Plaza de la Font are just two of the more popular public places in Costa Daurada. Wander the squares and study the surrounding architecture or simply take a seat on a nearby terrace and enjoy the atmosphere.